Cowgirls Hazel Walker and Babe Lee performing a riding trick at the Round-Up, Pendleton, Oregon, ca. 1914. One of the cowgirls is seen laying across the saddle while the other looks to be standing on top of the one laying down.
Trick Riding at the Round-Up, 1914
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